Make a difference
At the University of Minnesota Medical School, we’re leading the way to new treatments and methods of preventative care.
Our research serves as an economic engine that drives Minnesota’s health industry. We develop new health technologies. And we collaborate with Minnesota’s biomedical companies to bring these technologies to clinics and hospitals worldwide.
Most importantly, we are finding better and faster ways to translate our laboratory research into clinical trials for patients—the only path to new treatments and cures.
Our commitment to research:
Allows us to attract the best and brightest students and faculty
Results in discoveries that change people’s lives and redefine the way health care is delivered
Creates jobs and fuels a thriving biomedical industry in Minnesota and beyond
Provides a cutting-edge learning environment, making us a leader in educating the next generation of top-notch medical professionals
A new paper published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine proposes a new way to tackle the problem of misdiagnosis in hospitals.
Lesbian, gay, bisexual and other non-heterosexual people with acne are more likely to have suicidal ideations, according to new UMN-led research published in the Journal of American Academy of Dermatology.
Dr. Jean Regal has dedicated her research to understanding the basic immune mechanisms of cardiopulmonary disease.
Dr. Jakub Tolar will be speaking at the New York Academy of Sciences for their one-day symposium, Gene Therapy for Rare Diseases.